GMPV5.1Magma generation and differentiation: Field, analytical, experimental and numerical investigation of magmatic and volcanic systems
|Co-Conveners: R. Gertisser , C. Freda|
/ Mon, 23 Apr, 15:30–17:00 / Room 18
/ Tue, 24 Apr, 13:30–17:00 / Room 31
/ Attendance Tue, 24 Apr, 17:30–19:00 / Hall XL
This session invites contributions targeting the generation and differentiation of magmas in the mantle and crust from field studies, petrology, geochemistry (major and trace elements and isotopes), experimental petrology and thermodynamic and geochemical modeling. Magma chemistry sampled in plutonic and volcanic rocks reflect combinations of processes operating in their sources (e.g. metasomatism by fluids and melts, asthenospheric-, lithospheric- and 'exotic' mantle components such as pyroxenites as well as crustal melting and anatexis) and during differentiation from mantle depths to shallow level magma reservoirs and volcanic extrusions/explosions (e.g. fractional crystallization, assimilation, mixing/mingling, replenishment of magma reservoirs and chambers). The fundamental question to be addressed by this session is how igneous systems operate in different tectonic settings and what are the principal controls on primary, parental and derivative magma compositions.
Invited speakers: Christian Tegner (Aarhus University, Denmark); Andreas Kluegel (University of Bremen, Germany); Romain Meyer (University of Bergen, Norway)
|Public information:||This session is co-sponsored by the European Association of Geochemistry (EAG)|